Dec 6, 2016 | By Tess

Italian 3D printer manufacturer Roboze recently announced a new partnership with 3D printing supplier 3D-Center. The partnership consists of a distribution agreement through which 3D-Center will resell Roboze’s 3D printers in the Nordics, Baltics, and Poland. In other words, the Italian 3D printer maker is heading North to expand its market.

Roboze, which is based in Bari, Italy, has made a name for itself within the 3D printer world with its beltless desktop 3D printers, most notably the Roboze One and Roboze One +400. The company, which has been seeking to expand its additive manufacturing products abroad, has reached a new milestone with its 3D-Center reselling agreement.

3D-Center, for its part, is a Swedish provider of advanced additive manufacturing solutions that has been in operation since 2012. The company, which offers consulting, training, and technical support in the realm of 3D printing, is the largest reseller of 3D printers in Northern Europe and is active within Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Iceland.

Ulf Qviberg, CEO of 3D-Center, commented on the new agreement: “We are excited to partner with Roboze. The company’s 3D printing technology, which is based on a unique beltless system, offer the ability to print industrial grade materials like PEEK & PEI (ULTEM), that is suitable for advanced production applications. That brings a very interesting value proposition to the market, mostly for professional users who are looking for innovative solutions around new materials. Roboze technology strengthens our product portfolio allowing us to empower users with these new capabilities.”

The partnership is just one of many recent agreements that Roboze has made in an effort to expand the scope of its 3D printer sales. Not long ago the company entered into a distribution agreement with VSD Enterprise to resell Roboze 3D printers across India, as well as with distributors in the UK, Romania, Slovakia, and Turkey. The company also recently announced it would be expanding into the industrial 3D printing market in the U.S. and was looking for new team members.

Alessio Lorusso, Roboze Founder and CEO, said of the 3D-Center agreement: “We are very happy to join forces with 3D-Center, one of the leading 3D resellers in the North part of Europe. These regions are extremely important for us due to the high awareness of 3D printing in general, and the presence of well-developed heavy industries that are yearning for innovative 3D technologies. This is the perfect ground for Roboze to deploy a professional and experienced partner such as 3D-Center, that has the right know-how in offering AM and production solutions based on 3D printing.”

Evidently, with its slew of recent partnerships and distribution agreements, Roboze has its sights set on becoming a big player within the 3D printing market, within Europe and abroad.



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